The Marine Naturalist Training Program is an intensive 6-day overview of the natural history of the San Juan Islands and the marine waters of Washington and Southern British Columbia (known as the Salish Sea). This course includes an in-depth treatment of the ecology and conservation of local marine species, presented by highly trained local naturalists, environmental educators, and scientists. A mix of lectures and field trips provides a hands-on learning experience that leaves graduates qualified as a regional professional or volunteer naturalist.
Spring 2020 Program Dates: April 18, 19, 25, 26 & May 2 and 3
see Summer 2020 Program dates
$ 425 Member Rate (for members of The Whale Museum/Orca Adopters)
$ 475 Non-Member Rate (includes membership/Orca Adoption)
Tuition includes the following:
A minimum deposit of 50% must be paid at the time of registration to ensure your space in the program. Any balance is due 30 days prior to the program's start date.
You may pay for your full tuition below. Or, to pay your deposit OR balance due, please select "Half Tuition" (either member or nonmember depending on what applies to you).
Refund Policy: All deposits are refundable up until 4 weeks from the start date of your course. Within 4 weeks, we can only provide refunds if your space in the program is filled. The Whale Museum reserves the right to cancel any program at any time. In the event of a cancellation, you will be issued a full refund.
Registration applications are processed in the order they are received. You will be notified with a confirmation letter once your registration has been processed. This course has a maximum class size of 30 students, so please register quickly!